Rajasthan Gifts 25 Bighas land to 13 sportspersons who have brought glory to the state in international sports

Important decision of Chief Minister to encourage sports

Allocation of 25 bighas of land to 13 sportspersons who have brought glory to the state in international sports

Jaipur, Chhattisgarh, India, Sunday, 18 October 2020

Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot, important for allotment of 25 bighas of land in Indira Gandhi Canal Project area to 13 sportspersons native of Rajasthan who have brought laurels to the country and the state by their outstanding sports performance in international sports events like Olympics, Asian and Commonwealth. Has decided.

Mr. Gehlot has approved the proposal to allot these lands free of charge to 5 players who won medals in these sporting events and 8 players representing the country in these at a reserved rate. This decision of the Chief Minister will give impetus to sports activities in the state and sports talent will be motivated to perform at the international level. It is noteworthy that 58 players of international repute have been allotted land in the Indira Gandhi Canal Project area since 1980.

Mr. Gehlot has won gold medalist in Incheon Asian Games Kabaddi player Sumitra Sharma of Jaipur, Jakarta Asian Games gold medalist Jhunjhunu sailing player Om Prakash, Jakarta silver medalist in Jakarta Asian Games, Jitendra Singh of Barmer and Kabaddi player Shalini Pathak of Jaipur and Bronze medal The winner has approved the allocation of 25 bighas of land in the Indira Gandhi Canal Project area free of cost to Jaipur's Kabaddi player Rajulal Chaudhary.

The Chief Minister also represented the athletes of Sriganganagar, Shri Satveer Singh and Mr. Narashiram, Sikar shooter Mr. Omprakash and Wrestler Mr. Rajesh Kumar, Jhunjhunun sailing player Mr. Rupendra Singh, Weight Lifters Mr. It has been decided to allot land to Ajay Singh and athlete Sapna and Jaipur squash player Surabhi Mishra at a reserved rate.

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